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Hong Kong latest: Officers fire tear gas and flood streets in riot gear at hundreds of protesters gather outside police station

Hong Kong latest: Officers fire tear gas and flood streets in riot gear at hundreds of protesters gather outside police station

There have been extra scenes of chaos lately in Hong Kong as police fired tear gas at hundreds of protesters who had accrued outside a police station in Kowloon.

Police have been observed taking pictures a number of rounds of tear gas will little caution in the residential space of Sham Shui Po.

The demonstrators had reportedly been shining laser beams at the police station and burning joss papers at the roadside.

Around 30 to 40 officials in complete riot gear additionally flooded the streets, provided with batons, helmets and protecting shields in Sham Shui Po, which is set part an hour clear of the aiport.

(EPA)

Passersby have been observed suffering from the results of tear gas as police compelled other people to transport clear of the road.

Officers have been additionally keeping up an indication which learn ‘Warning Tear Smoke” as they proceeded down a prime street.

(REUTERS)

The riot police are reportedly on the lookout for the protesters to warn them towards inflicting additional unrest. 

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is now calling for a calm way to the unrest amid fears China may just use power to quell the pro-democracy protests.

(AP)

It comes an afternoon after hundreds of protesters stormed the terminal construction at Hong Kong airport, bringing flights to a standstill on Monday and Tuesday.

This Sunday will see some other mass demonstration.

Increasingly violent protests have plunged the previous British colony into its maximum critical political disaster in many years, posing a problem to the central authorities in Beijing.

Since the uprisings started, round 700 arrests had been made with 5 other people being detained on Tuesday by myself. 

Weeks of protests have been sparked by way of intense opposition to a proposed extradition invoice to mainland China. 

Hong Kong police say they arrested 5 other people over violence which erupted at the airport protest. 

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